Mid-Week Rain, Thunderstorms

Current Official Hourly Observation (taken at :53 on the hour)

Current Radar Loop

Today – Back to the Norm – High 90

The Crazy Ivan showers to our east were drifting west this morning, but have since dissipated.

We expect hot and humid conditions under mostly sunny skies.

Tuesday Hot & Humid; Chance of Afternoon Showers – Wake Up 72, High 90

There will be a slight chance for pop up showers and thunderstorms beginning around 11 AM, continuing into the afternoon and through the early evening hours. If a storm develops, we think it will be isolated and non-severe.

Wednesday – Partly Sunny & Chance For Thunderstorms – Wake Up 73, High 90

A cold front will be approaching Nashville from the NW, pushing rain and storms out ahead of it. Our best chance for showers and storms will begin in the late afternoon and remain overnight.

The NAM’s Simulated Radar depicts a line of showers preceding the cold front in Nashville at 4 PM.

21z NAM

The Storm Prediction Center is not anticipating any severe weather in Nashville.

Storms are expected to linger into Thursday.

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